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VP Pence Speaks At Arlington Cemetery On Veterans Day

WASHINGTON–Vice President and former Indiana Governor Mike Pence spoke at the Arlington Cemetery in Washington, DC. He spoke of the sacrifice of veterans throughout America’s history. He also laid wreathes at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Roads Are Slick, SLOW DOWN

INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers will be experiencing the first real snowfall of the season this afternoon, and that means the roads will get slick. That means it’s time for tips and reminders on how you should drive in

102 mph On SR 63 Leads To Marijuana Arrest

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Saturday (11/9/19) around 9:30P.M. a vehicle was clocked traveling south on S.R. 63 near the jail at 94 MPH in a 60 MPH zone.  While attempting to catch the vehicle another deputy clocked the

Ivy Tech Adds Full-Time Behavioral Health Therapist

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Ivy Tech Community College Terre Haute has announced a new partnership with Valley Professionals Community Health Center to establish a full-time behavioral health therapist position to provide mental health and wellness services to

Pets Need Your Help In Cold And Snow

STATEWIDE – Sleet, snow, and temps in the teens aren’t just dangerous for you — they’re also dangerous for your four-legged friends. While some pets, like Siberian Huskies and Newfoundland dogs, thrive in cold weather, many others

Gas Prices Are Down Across Most Of Indiana

INDIANA -You’re paying about $2.49 on average for gas in Indiana. That’s about 20 cents cheaper than the national average. The average in Indianapolis was about $2.45, said Gasbuddy.com, but Ft. Wayne had the cheapest gas, with

INDOT Ready For First Snowfall Of Season

INDIANA — The first snowfall of the season could be arriving today and Tuesday in Indiana. The Indiana Department of Transportation has been working double-time to get ready to treat roads all over the state. Depending on